With over 50 years of insurance knowledge, we’ve joined up with Hiscox to create insurance for self-employed camera men and women, just like you.

Adapt your insurance for your latest film project, video equipment costs or contract requirements.

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Record the things that matter.

From the latest digital camcorder to sliding camera mounts, we can cover the essential equipment you need to do your job.

Our technical and portable equipment insurance can cover up to £50k worth of kit, with short term, UK and worldwide options.

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Be safe behind the scenes.

Public liability insurance protects you if you are blamed for injury to a person or damage to their belongings. Think people tripping over your wires or ruining a venue’s ceiling with camera mounts.

Create’s public liability insurance for videographers starts at £84 a year for £1m cover, with options up to £5m.

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Helping you defend against disputes.

If someone them makes a criticism about your work, or claims you have infringed copyright, a professional indemnity policy will pay for your legal expenses, compensation and damages.

You can add on professional indemnity insurance from £123.20 a year, or opt for a monthly cost of £10.27.

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With over 50 years of insurance knowledge, we’ve joined up with Hiscox to create insurance for self-employed camera men and women, just like you.

Adapt your insurance for your latest film project, video equipment costs or contract requirements.


Record the things that matter.

From the latest digital camcorder to sliding camera mounts, we can cover the essential equipment you need to do your job.

Our technical and portable equipment insurance can cover up to £50k worth of kit, with short term, UK and worldwide options.


Be safe behind the scenes.

Public liability insurance protects you if you are blamed for injury to a person or damage to their belongings. Think people tripping over your wires or ruining a venue’s ceiling with camera mounts.

Create’s public liability insurance for videographers starts at £84 a year for £1m cover, with options up to £5m.


Helping you defend against disputes.

If someone them makes a criticism about your work, or claims you have infringed copyright, a professional indemnity policy will pay for your legal expenses, compensation and damages.

You can add on professional indemnity insurance from £123.20 a year, or opt for a monthly cost of £10.27.

What insurance might professional videographers and filmmakers like me choose?

Not sure what insurance package would suit your film making specialism, date or need? We got out our handy calculators and worked out a few examples to give you an idea.**

Base Insurance

Additional Insurance

Duration

Price*

£2m

Public liability cover

£10k

Equipment cover UK and EU

1

Week

£73.92

£1m

Public liability cover

£5k

Equipment cover UK and EU

1

Year

£140

£5m

Public liability cover

£5k

Equipment cover worldwide

1

Year

£252

£3m

Public liability cover

£50k

Equipment cover UK and EU

3

Months

£462

Your profession, your project, your protection.

Create starts with core covers of public liability or equipment insurance. You can then choose to add on extras to suit you.

 
Project involving people? Protect those around you with up to £5m public liability cover. Complaints, court fees and compensation claims can be expensive and time consuming, so it is a good idea to get cover if you’re working with the public. Some businesses, events and clients may even request it as part of working with them.
 
Professional indemnity insurance protects you against unhappy clients. If your work, product or advice has not met their expectations, a client may raise a claim against you. A professional indemnity policy would cover you for legal expenses, court fees and any compensation costs that may arise, subject to terms and conditions of your policy.
 
 
 
Equipment insurance covers your important kit, tools and devices against theft, loss and accidents. So, if you accidentally leave your tripod on a train or have a mishap with your make up kit, it's a good idea to insure the things you need to do your job.
 
If you employ other people to work on your projects, you should consider employers’ liability. Whether you employ a camera assistant or makeup artist, if you have hired them then you have a responsibility for their safety at work. Employers’ liability insurance protects your business, for example, if an employee files a claim against you because they were injured or have a dispute as a result of working for you.
 
 

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